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Building Your Creative Practice by Finding Your Voice | The practice of creativity and knowing who you are go together. You just can’t express one without the other

“Most of us live in a state of codependence, be it with our partners, friends or social group,” according to Isha Judd, author of the books Love Has Wings and Why Walk When You Can Fly . We let others shape our beliefs and decisions — so much.

10 Ways to Love Someone With Depression. There's also a great post on this blog called 5 Ways To Love Yourself Through Depression. Both very interesting.

10 Ways to Show Love to Someone With Depression

10 Ways to Show Love to Someone With Depression - Very good article to help others understand how to love their partner, friend, family member when they are suffering from significant depression. This is the best article that I've read.

The Breathing Trick That Can Instantly Calm Anxiety

Calm anxiety with this simple and natural breathing trick that melts away stress and promotes a sense of peace. ** You can find more details by visiting the image link.

Codependent No More: How to Stop Controlling Others and Start Caring for Yourself

The NOOK Book (eBook) of the Codependent No More: How to Stop Controlling Others and Start Caring for Yourself by Melody Beattie at Barnes & Noble.

» 5 Ways to Maintain Boundaries with Difficult People - World of Psychology #boundaries #lifeskills

People with CPTSD are often challenged when trying to maintain boundaries. Usually they grew up where boundaries were not respected. The ability to maintain boundaries can help facilitate healthy relationship and safety.

Keeping a Journal I have my journals over the years since I was 8 like 1981' or so it has always been meditating for me to write

Keeping a Journal Can Be Therapeutic and Promote Personal Healing

Benjamin T.May - BSW Director and Assistant Prof @ Texas A&M University - Commerce

Benjamin T.May - BSW Director and Assistant Prof @ Texas A&M University - Commerce

The Way to Thrive: Emotional Intelligence – What, Why, How.   Emotional intelligence is the other kind of smarts and involves understanding what we're feeling, what others are feeling and letting that guide behaviour.

The Way to Thrive: Emotional Intelligence - What, Why, How -

The Way to Thrive: Emotional Intelligence – What, Why, How. Emotional intelligence is the other kind of smarts and involves understanding what we're feeling, what others are feeling and letting that guide behaviour.

Social Work Educational Opportunity 4 Brandy Addicks Cagle - GoFundMe

Social Work Educational Opportunity 4 Brandy Addicks Cagle - GoFundMe

Effective communication skills won’t happen overnight but is a learnable when you adjust how you approach things in the future.

Are you a good listener?

Are You a Good Listener?

Raising Godly Children: Listening at Home by Tedd Tripp. Listening is key in relationships.

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